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Gina Parnell

on 3 December 2012

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CUBING Where did cubing come from? How cubing differentiates for learning? Cubing is another technique that can help students think at different levels of the taxonomy. Also a technique for considering a subject from six points of view (Gregory, G., & Chapman, C., 2007). What Is Cubing? It allows the students in the class a way to view a topic or lesson in more than one way. Cubing also allows for higher level thinking skills. Also when the cube is finished there is the added benefit of rolling the cube to study. It adds a little fun. How does it benefit students? How does cubing tap into different intelligences? How can a teacher access the readiness level of her students for cubing activities? How do we use cubes in the room? Sample Cube Examples of Lessons that are good for the use of cubing. CUBING

By: Gina Parnell Gregory, G., & Chapman, C. (2007). Differentiated instructional strategies: one size doesn't fit all. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Corwin Press References what are some ways to set up a cube? By :
* Readiness
* Student interest
* Learning styles

Cubing was first developed by Elizabeth and Gregory Cowan. It was only intended for reading and writing. Cubing originally was created to have students use a variety of thinking skills to consider a single concept (Cubing, N.D. Cubing and Think dots. (n.d.). wiki space. Retrieved December 3, 2012, from daretodifferentiate.wikispaces.com/file/view/nagc
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